Verner Panton's Visiona 1970
Originally designed by Verner Panton in 1960, this polypropylene piece was updated by Vitra in 1999. The Panton chair is available in the Dwell Store here: http://store.dwell.com/panton-chair.html
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Your kids might be too young to fully appreciate the beautiful lines of a design classic, but they sure will love sitting—and sliding around—on Verner's Panton Chair. This Junior version is a quarter of the size of the original, and available in seven colors to match your little modernist's favorite hue.
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The spirit of Verner Panton lives on in these CNC-routed panels. The op art-inspired patterns add depth to any surface.
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